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Standard ID GB/T 43293-2022 (GB/T43293-2022)
Description (Translated English) Shoe size
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard Y78
Classification of International Standard 61.060
Word Count Estimation 12,197
Date of Issue 2022-10-12
Date of Implementation 2023-05-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) GB/T 3293.1-1998
Drafting Organization Anta (China) Co., Ltd., Zhongqing Inspection and Certification (Wenling) Co., Ltd., Liming Vocational University, Wenling World Wind Shoes Co., Ltd., Wenling Zhehong Yanda Shoes Co., Ltd., Hangzhou Jinuopu Children's Shoes Technology Research Institute, China Leather Footwear Research Institute Co., Ltd., China Light Inspection and Certification Co., Ltd.
Administrative Organization National Footwear Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 305)
Proposing organization China National Light Industry Council
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration for Market Regulation, National Standardization Management Committee

Standards related to: GB/T 43293-2022

GB/T 43293-2022
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 61.060
CCS Y 78
Replacing GB/T 3293.1-1998
Shoe size
(ISO 9407:2019, Footwear sizing - Mondopoint system of sizing and
marking, MOD)
ISSUED ON: OCTOBER 12, 2022
IMPLEMENTED ON: MAY 01, 2023
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the PRC.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 6
2 Normative references ... 6
3 Terms and definitions ... 6
4 Basic characteristics of Mondopoint and Chinese shoe size systems ... 10
5 Method of expressing shoe size ... 10
6 Shoe size marking ... 10
7 Conversion with other shoe size systems ... 11
Bibliography ... 12
Foreword
This document is drafted in accordance with GB/T 1.1-2020 "Directives for
standardization - Part 1: Rules for the structure and drafting of standardizing
documents".
This document replaces GB/T 3293.1-1998 "Shoes sizes". Compared with GB/T
3293.1-1998, in addition to structural adjustment and editorial changes, the main
technical changes are as follows:
a) Change the scope (see Clause 1; Clause 1 of the 1998 edition);
b) Change the English name and definition description of "Footwear", "Shoe size",
and "Foot length" (see 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3; 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3 of the 1998 edition);
c) Delete the terms and definitions of "Bottoms" and "Generally normal foot" (see
2.4 and 2.6 of the 1998 edition);
d) Change the definition and diagram of "Linear width of the foot" (see 3.4; 2.5 of
the 1998 edition);
e) Add the terms and definitions of "Joint girth of the foot", "Mondopoint", and
"Chinese shoe size" (see 3.5, 3.6, 3.7);
f) Change the form of expression used to state the basic characteristics of shoe size
system (see Clause 4; Clause 3 of the 1998 edition);
g) Delete the clause "Method of determining shoe size" (see Clause 4 of the 1998
edition);
h) Delete the element of marking (see 6.1 of the 1998 edition);
i) Add the shoe size marking format (see 6.1);
j) Add conversion requirements between different shoe size systems (see Clause 7).
This document modifies and adopts ISO 9407:2019 "Footwear sizing - Mondopoint
system of sizing and marking".
The technical differences between this document and ISO 9407:2019 and their reasons
are as follows:
- Add the content of "Chinese shoe size" (see Clause 1); because the Chinese shoe
size and the Mondopoint are in the same shoe size system;
- Change Figure 2 and the description of the corresponding index numbers (see 3.4);
because the linear width of the foot in China is the width shown in Figure 2;
- Add the term and definition of "Chinese shoe size" (see 3.7); because the Chinese
shoe size is only suitable for use in China; and there are slight differences with the
international shoe size in size difference and marking format;
- Add "Basic characteristics of Chinese shoe size system" (see Clause 4); because
the Chinese shoe size and the Mondopoint are the same shoe size system; and the
basic characteristics of the system are consistent;
- Add a description of Chinese shoe size marking format (see 6.1), to facilitate the
use of all relevant parties in China;
- Add the conversion with "Chinese shoe size" in shoe size conversion (see Clause
7); because Chinese shoe size and Mondopoint are in the same shoe size system;
the conversion data is the same as other shoe size systems.
The following editorial changes have been made to this document:
- Change the standard name to "Shoe size";
- Change Note 1 of 3.4;
- Add Note 2 of 3.4;
- Add Note 2 of 4.3;
- Delete the note in Clause 5;
- Change the example of 6.1;
- Add the note of 6.3;
- In Clause 7, use informatively-referenced GB/T 36935 to replace ISO/TS 19407.
Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be
the subject of patent rights. The issuing authority of this document shall not be held
responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.
This document was proposed by China National Light Industry Council.
This document shall be under the jurisdiction of National Technical Committee 305 on
Footwear of Standardization Administration of China (SAC/TC 305).
Drafting organizations of this document: Anta (China) Co., Ltd.; Sinolight Inspection
& Certification (Wenling) Co., Ltd.; Liming Vocational University; Wenling World
Wind Shoes Material Co., Ltd.; Wenling Zhehong Yanda Shoes Co., Ltd.; Hangzhou
Ginoble Children's Shoes Technology Research Institute; China Leather & Footwear
Shoe size
1 Scope
This document describes the method for characterization and marking of dimensions of
Mondopoint and Chinese shoe size. The method is based on foot contour measurements.
This document applies to all types of footwear.
2 Normative references
There are no normative references in this document.
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this document.
3.1
Footwear; shoe
Article(s) made of a sole (outsole) and an upper in different materials designed to
protect or cover the foot.
Note: This shall be interpreted to mean all types of footwear without restriction, including all kinds
of shoes, boots, etc.
[Source: GB/T 2703-2017, 2.2.40, modified]
3.2
Shoe size
Size marking of a shoe or last made for a given foot length in any given shoe sizing
system.
[Source: GB/T 36936-2018, 2.1.11]
3.3
Foot length
Maximum horizontal distance from the center of the back of the heel (maximum point
4 Basic characteristics of Mondopoint and Chinese shoe size
systems
4.1 The shoe size shall be based on the two measurements given in 4.2 and 4.3.
4.2 Foot length, the main characteristic value of the designed shoes, is expressed as an
integer in millimeters (mm).
4.3 Linear width of the foot, the secondary characteristic value of the designed shoes,
is expressed as an integer in millimeters (mm).
Note 1: The use of joint girth of the foot or other foot dimensions in footwear specification and
other stages of shoemaking is not precluded.
Note 2: Both Chinese shoe size (3.7) and Mondopoint (3.6) are systems based on foot length and
linear width of the foot. The difference between the two is that the shoe size marking format
is different; see 6.1.
5 Method of expressing shoe size
The shoe size shall be expressed by the indicated value of foot length (4.2); the unit is
millimeter (mm). If necessary, the indicated value of linear width of the foot (4.3) can
be added. The measurement unit may not be marked.
6 Shoe size marking
6.1 Format
Mondopoint shall start with the capital letter "MP" or "Mondo"; shall include the foot
length. The enterprise can add the linear width of the foot as needed; use dashes or
slashes or brackets to separate. The letters used shall be clearly separated from any other
information.
Chinese shoe size shall include the foot length. The enterprise can add the linear width
of the foot or the model of shoe as needed.
Note: For the model definition of shoes, see 2.8.62 in GB/T 2703-2017.
Example: Mondopoint: MP263, MP263/94, MP263-94, Mondo 263(94);
Chinese shoe size: 260, 260/94, 260-94, 260(2.5); 237, 237/82, 237-82, 237(1.5).
6.2 Location
6.2.1 Shoe
Shoe size shall be marked on each shoe of a pair, on an appropriate part of the shoe
where the marking is clearly visible and legible.
6.2.2 Packaging
Shoe size shall be marked on the shoe box or other packaging.
6.3 Form
As long as the shoe size marking remains clearly visible for as long as possible,
enterprises are free to choose the form of marking and the method used.
Note: Such as stamping, printing, sticking/sewing labels, etc.
7 Conversion with other shoe size systems
The shoe size of other systems shall, through the most suitable foot length of the shoe,
be converted to the corresponding Chinese shoe size or Mondopoint. The linear width
of the foot can also be included.
See GB/T 36935 for the conversion between Chinese shoe size or Mondopoint, British
shoe size, American shoe size, and European shoe size.
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